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VBA backs Rule of Law education plan

The Virginia Bar Association Foundation plans to recruit volunteer lawyers around Virginia in a program to make sure middle school students understand the importance of the rule of law in American society. VBA President Mike Pace (left) described the program ...

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Discovery abuse case settled

A federal wrongful termination case noted in today’s Virginia Lawyers Weekly has been settled on undisclosed terms. The case of Spicer v. Universal Forest Products, Eastern Division, Inc. (VLW 008-3-430) featured a stinging opinion from Magistrate Judge Michael F. Urbanski ...

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Discovery abuse case settled

A federal wrongful termination case noted in today’s Virginia Lawyers Weekly has been settled on undisclosed terms. The case of Spicer v. Universal Forest Products, Eastern Division, Inc. (VLW 008-3-430) featured a stinging opinion from Magistrate Judge Michael F. Urbanski ...

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The ‘Leaders’ Class of 2008 (access required)

Virginia Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce the Class of 2008 in the “Leaders in Law” program. The project seeks to recognize lawyers who accomplished something significant in the past year – those who changed practice, advanced the law or ...

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Providing ignorant company rep was abuse (access required)

In what could be called the “Case of the Clueless Corporate Representative,” a company sued for wrongful termination won’t be able to claim it fired a man for financial reasons. The company provided a company witness at a deposition, but ...

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